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Issue No.05 - May (1997 vol.19)
pp: 513-520
ABSTRACT
<p><b>Abstract</b>—This work reconstructs a 3D graphics model of an object with specular surfaces by its rotation. Continuous images are taken to measure highlights on the smooth surfaces and their motion. Coplanar extended lights determine a <it>plane of rays</it> to produce a highlight stripe on the object. 3D surfaces are then recovered from the moving stripe. We investigate global motion characteristics of the highlights in the <it>Epipolar-plane images</it> so as to qualitatively identify surface types and control the modeling process. Under single and multiple plane-of-rays illuminations, we give two quantitative approaches for surface and normal recovery which use highlight orientation in the image and highlight motion in the Epipolar-Plane images. The computations employ a first-order differential equation and linear equations, respectively.</p>
INDEX TERMS
Specular motion, highlight, shape estimation, model recovery, epipolar-plane images, qualitative shape identification.
CITATION
Jiang Yu Zheng, Yoshihiro Fukagawa, Norihiro Abe, "3D Surface Estimation and Model Construction From Specular Motion in Image Sequences", IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence, vol.19, no. 5, pp. 513-520, May 1997, doi:10.1109/34.589212
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